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How to fix hydrogen sulfide (H2S) problems in home winemaking

What should a home wine maker do if the wine smells like rotten eggs and has a problem with Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)? Fred Scherrer of the Scherrer Winery explains how low nutrients leads to the build of of H2S and what can be done to help. He suggests using copper, but warns that it is not a perfect fix.

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Filmed with Fred Scherrer at City Winery Chicago.

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